Gruber Gru·ber (grü'bər), Max von. 1853-1927.
Austrian bacteriologist noted for his work in serum diagnosis, including the discovery (1896) of the specific agglutination of bacteria by the blood serum of immunized animals.
Actually, rather like gruber, we feel rather icky about fairy tales.
"The show is basically about me being in a relationship with Calvin," gruber told Page Six.
As for Cornwell and gruber, “I think this has been a very difficult time for both of them.”
Even his nametag played up his dweeby nature, labeling him “Mr. gruber, PhD.”
Major gruber was a helicopter pilot before he started training to fly the V-22 Osprey in 1997.
It was known that Mrs. gruber had remained in her little cottage home, so toward that quarter the procession started.
gruber was tall and rather thin, whereas this fellow was both short and fat.
I have never observed an external layer of foreign particles, such as gruber described in the original species.
He was confided to the care chiefly of Father gruber, who besides being a saint was a man of wonderful ability.
gruber's influence was so great in Russia that it was feared no one could replace him.